Paintpig wrote:I know that Fimo wont adhere to metal, green stuff will.
Pity a lot of polyclay sculptors bulk their sculpts out with tinfoil, then.
Although it is scrunched up tight, so there's a lot of texture to grip onto.
I hear that Fimo doesn't bond to hardened GS but will bond if the GS is sill newish.
A bit o' vaseline might help.http://www.statueforum.com/showpost.php ... ostcount=3
What about milliput and magi sculpt what do and dont they adhere to?
Milliput will stick to fingers, tools, tabletops, carpets, fingers...
Soft, freshly-mixed milliput can sometimes have a bit of trouble wrapping round thin wire. I still use it for skinning armatures anyway, using some care. And that slip I mentioned in the other topic, when the surface dissolves in water to a muddy layer - that'll get yer if too much gets round underneath, on the side you're trying to stick down rather than the side you're pressing with fingers or tools. Otherwise, not too bad.
Magic sculpt can have the same problems, but less so.
Getting a bit of texture or tooth in the surface you want stuff stuck down on will usually help too.